I’ll admit it. I’m a little obsessed with RAKs! You know those little things you do for people that in the whole scheme of the universe are nothing but actually have meaning on the personal level. Well…on second thought, maybe they do have meaning in the whole scheme of the universe. Maybe…if we did more RAKs it would be a different universe — one RAK at a time. Anyway, I’ve been enjoying sharing/gifting/presenting (whatever word you want to choose) the little RAK items I’ve been making and sharing more of. No one ever says “you can’t be kind to me”. I give them for no reason whatsoever other than that I am happy to have had the opportunity to interact with someone. Because they bring a smile, I’m hoping to encourage more smiles by sharing my simple RAK ideas.
Today’s idea isn’t entirely new, but it’s still cute
I used a piece of Sweet Sugarplum cardstock
for my “container”
added a strip of Playful Palette washi all the way around.
Over that is a double layer of the large flower
from Grateful Bunch.
It was inked in Sweet Sugarplum and cut out by hand.
The sentiment is from my favorite Teeny Tiny Wishes.
This is a must have sentiment set for everyone!
Then I thought, maybe you’d like something a little more stepped up —
still simple though!
I added loops of Silver Metallic Thread behind the Grateful Bunch flower
and a Basic Rhinestone to the Classic Label punch tag.
RAK or favor!
I added a Ghiradelli Square because — well, most of us love chocolate.
And so that you’re always prepared to be randomly kind
make 3 or 4 of these and put them in a
Half size Woodmount Stamp Case.
It makes the perfect carrier!
Here are the measurements so that you can make your own:
- 2-1/2″ x 6-5/8″ piece of cardstock
- score along the landscape side at: 1/2″, 3-1/2″, 3-7/8″
- fold up 1/2″ section and staple with Ghiradelli Square in the fold
Thanks for stopping by today and checking out my Grateful Bunch RAK!
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